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before you go, real quick. do you have any thoughts about the memphis model of crisis intervention i have heard a lot about it. recently. it has been around for a long time, since 1988. what i read in the statistics it was cited by the university of florida, i believe that there were about two to three shootings by police officers a year and then that was reduced actually between 88 to 2011, to 3 in that whole time because of who were employed in memphis, what are your thoughts about that and how that could be applied? >> first and last two years, we have had one, so, we are doing well in that regard. the officers have the message. i spoke to the chief at the international association with a police meeting and we actually have more we have more trained officers than memphis does by ratio and unfortunately they had just had an occasion where they had to use deadly force on a person in crisis. they also don't have tasers. but he said that he would like to entertain something like we are discussing here but for budget constraints, but no the memphis model is a good model. i actually believe
. >> in fact, our cit is modeled after the one used by the memphis police department. and while there are some in the memphis police department that are advocating for tasers they have not proved it yet because of these very concerns, so some, yes, they have some have applied for tasers but it has not yet been approved because exactly that, it under minds the whole verbal deescalation approach of the crisis intervention training so they have not used it of the >> so the source of it has been mostly the police department that is recommended this use not the public health or not mental health professionals or aclus or anything else? it seems to be coming from a... >> it is coming from the police department and san francisco only mental health association, called the mental health association in san francisco has taken the position against it. >> you have a mental health board. >> we are in the mental health board and the association actually. >> i should clarify that, yes, i am secretary of the mental health board and we have taken a position against it too. the mental health association is a no
. the state of arkansas, little rock, pine bluff down to northern louisiana back up to memphis. this is after dark. that's what makes it especially dangerous. the late night severe weather events. it's typically, when we look back and get the most fatalities. hopefully we will avoid it tonight. >> thanks so much, bill. straight ahead on this tuesday morning, a queen advocates to give her son a shot at the throne. >>> general motors is not in the top spot for global sales. is this the iranian space monkey? you are watching "first look" on msnbc. [ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit to apply. your soups are so awesomely delicious my husband and i can't st
in red, a moderate risk of severe storms. that's a possibility of tornados, jonesville, to memphis. to pine bluff, all of missouri, you're the greatest areas of concern. make sure you have the radios on tonight when you go to bed because those storms are going to roll through when you're all sleeping. you get the picture, a dangerous next 48 hours. that's a look at your national forecast. now, here's a look at weather outside your window. >> so those thunderstorms could make it even as far north as chicago. chicago could be 63 degrees in january. just to show you how unusual this storm system is. that would easily be a record high there. now, look at memphis, 75, before those storms arrive. >> it literally is a mid to late march type day. >> wow, and it was so cold last week all over the country. >> and it's going to get really cold behind this. >>> straight ahead on tuesday morning, a queen advocates to give her shot at the throne. >>> plus, general motors knocked from the top spot in global car sales. >>> and is this the world's newest threat, iranian space monkey? there he is. y
their 8th straight loss to the memphis grizzlies. >> andrew bogut warming up before the game but he's reportedly still a ways awaywe may not see him until after the all star break 4th quarter warriors battle back from 14 points downdavid lee goes over two defenders plus the foul 70-67 mem lee: 14 points, 10 rebs late 4thgrizz pull away jarret jack swatted - mike conley the 2-on-1 and finishes with the layup 88- 82 mem conley: 16 points 1:15 left, grizzlies up 4 rudy gay - pretty ices the game with this step back 2- pointer from the baseline gay: 18 points, 6 assists final: 94-87 grizzlies warriors 8th straight loss to memphis first back to back losses since early november washington at cal oski the bear as cal hosted washington at haas pavilion cal didn't shoot well tonightjustin cobbs with the air ball cobbs and crabbe: 7/27 combined cal shot just 37% c.j. wilcox - the big junior guard was the best player on the floor - knocks down the 3-pointer wilcox: 19 points, 8 rebs battered mike montgomery washington wins 62-47 cal drops to 9-6 washington st. at stanford 1 johnny dawkins - st
weather. the rain is especially prominent down south. new orleans, jackson, all the way to memphis -- that is where you will have the delays today with the raid. i will talk more about that rain and how much it will affect our weather in the coming days. details in a few minutes. >> thank you. there are growing please this noon for people to get the flu shot. it comes as hospitals all across the country are reporting they have been overwhelmed with the amount of people coming in for treatment. boston has declared a public health emergency. they are having treatment tts in some cases. they have had 10 last season. >> new word this noon into the death of junior seau. reveals the brain it showed visible signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy. that is the concussion-related injury that shrinks and hardens brain tissue. this might affect football all the way from the pros down to pop warner. >> i think it is a gamble. be extremely aware of what could potentially happen to your life. >> there is a big risk. >> many experts have questioned whether those hits could have played a role in
administration had put a clamp on public disclosure. not until we get too many since world -- memphis where we wear our mission. it was such a delicate, uncomfortable effort by our u.s. military, and it was a military -- often times a say was an army out of place. it was not our mission. military police said that mission sometimes, but they occurred every hundred years or something to that effect. clearly not the mission of the second airborne are 101st or even the marine corps. 19,000 troops, two units had prepared, had been given advance notice and were prepared. why all this for one african american student who wants to get an education, that -- is because the whole state was in an insurrection from the governors, the state house itself down to the 11-year-old who was starring bricks in the street. it was total chaos, total mayhem . even the mississippi highway patrol had pulled away, so there was year insurrection. the -- it lasted two or three days, the violent part, and after that i was appointed to be a security officer for james meredith and went to school with him. he went to school.
a clamp on public disclosure. it's not until we got to memphis that we were aware of our mission. it was such a delicate, uncomfortable effort. u.s. military and it was a military oftentimes i say i'm army out of place. the military police had the mission sometimes to put down domestic disturbances that they occurred once every 100 years assumptive to that effect, clearly not the mission of the 82nd airborne are the 101st or even the marine corps who were present that morning. 19,000 troops. two units had prepared, had been given advance notice as to what they were doing and they prepared for it in riot control. why all of this for one african-american student who wanted to get an education? it's a brand name university. it's because the whole state was an insurrection from the government to to the statehouse itself statehouse itself down to the 11-year-old who were throwing bricks at us in the streets. it was total chaos, a little mayhem and even the mississippi highway patrol had pulled away so there was your insurrection. it lasted two or three days. the violent part of it an
is the ice storm warning posted from shreveport on up through parts of arkansas, into memphis and the tennessee valley. some places could get an inch or more of ice. that's especially bad news in memphis. the air hub for fedex. elsewhere, there are flood warnings because there's so many rain embedded in this storm. nashville, pittsburgh, d.c., baltimore, philly, are all in the path. it will work its way north and east to new york beginning tomorrow, leaving a lot of trouble in its wake. >>> and across the new york region, where hurricane sandy destroyed so many homes and so many lives, storm victims are hoping the long wait for federal assistance is over. the house of representatives votes tonight on the $50 billion relief package. it's been caught up in politics, it's been bungled as a result. 78 days have passed. meantime, it was an emotional day for families whose homes could not be saved. katie, good evening. >> reporter: good evening. emotional, indeed. a lot of those homes didn't look good after sandy hit. they have finally been demoli demolished. pretty hard for a lot o
in crisis and we looked at other agency and looked at memphis who had the model and in place for some time and partially adopted that model. today as i indicated on top of the 983 members that were trained over the last ten years, we have trained since the last year, 118 of our own and some of other agencies. the work is significant, and we have over a dozen entities both public and private involved in each one of the trainings. and so therefore, the coordination of the efforts has to be done in line with their ability of each one of those organizations to provide the in-kind service and not to over tax and as a result, we are doing that once a quarter, i think that it is incredibly reasonable to do that. 160 officers will be trained in the patrol force. and we are moving on. the discussions are supporters and moving the cit forward and i leave with you with this. this is not about in and off itself, mental health, this is about all officers engaging with people in our community who are, whose ability with a threat to the public. so in each one of these where the former chiefs have brought
. >>> and today, violent storms from the gulf coast into the midwest, with memphis and little rock expecting the worst of it. a few inches in the upper midwest. also, some showers from seattle to portland. up to a foot of mountain snow in the northwest. milder and foggy with morning drizzle from boston to new york and d.c. >> a couple of near-record highs. 83 in orlando. and 60 in chicago. 20s from billings to fargo. upper 50s from sacramento to phoenix. >>> and when we come back this morning, google maps. where it's never gone before. >>> plus, a major retailer's about-face. good news for bargain-hunters. >>> and barbara's health battle. a surprising diagnosis for our friend and colleague, barbara walters. >>> welcome back, everybody. another major union sees clear skies for an american airlines merger. the transport workers union has agreed to terms if the bankrupt carrier merges with u.s. airways, giving its 21,000 ground workers an immediate race if there's a deal. pilots and flight attendants are already onboard. and a decision on the merger is expected in the next few weeks. >>> a gott
could apply put out. the question i have for you is memphis versus kansas city question, the rendezvous versus brian. >> well, memphis does have some radicchio, and of a barbecue different. i like memphis barbecue pit is just a different recent kansas city barbecue in different people making it. texas barbecue grew out of czech and german butcher shops and that's totally different. kansas city barbecue bioassay in kansas city, going to away from barbecue places like going to a gentile internist. [laughter] things might turn out, but you're not planning the percentages at all. [laughter] >> on the subject of sitcom i share your fondness for the chinese restaurant in millbrae than curious what your favorite one is now. >> well, the restaurant we used to go to in millbrae for dim sum, this is in san francisco where one of my daughters lives. they closed and so she found another dim sum place in south san francisco, whose name i can't remember, but it's on the main drag just before that. ornate city hall they have in south san francisco. i'll think of the name may be before the end of the e
. they do. >> in 2008, a memphis newspaper published the names and upon zip codes of owners and two researchers did a follow up on the impact . the results, they noted. crimes more likely to be affected by knowledge of gun ownership and burglaries increased more scig cantly after the database was published in zip codes with fewer gun permits. does that surprise you. >> if it is public record the paper has the right. but this is about responsibility. this is it antagonistic and reminiscent of the european who publish the cartoons of muhammad and then surprised about the public cry. >> there was a colume by donald call. madder than hell and i am not take it anymore program for ending gun violence. he proposes repealing the second amendment and suggested tying our esteemed republican leaders to the back of a chevy pick up truck and drag them around the parking lot and until they saw the light. >> did you see the media outrage? >> i didn't. they should experiment with the cold dead hands . he was saying we'll murder all gun owners who don't register the guns according to his satisfactio
there have been several reports tornadoes and now nine out todaytches memphis and on into oxford mississippi. stretches all the way down to theat lakes south. a bit as iteakening way, but by late tomorrow and tomorrow evening time, we could be looking at some severe weather. some of the reports days,he last couple of some hail around chicago and a damage in the middle part of the country. overnight tonight and during the be in torow, we will breeze and southerly the jet stream swings in with that wave. warm and increasingly windy as we go through tomorrow. starting tomorrow at 4:00 in the afternoon with those strong , up to 20-30 miles an hour. along that front and out in front of it, some likely strong perhaps even severe thunderstorms and then in back the strong northwesterly wind as we cold air sweeps in the last day of january. tomorrow andg mostly dry. storms coming in late the evening rush hour. temperatures tomorrow again near degrees, then after the storm through and as we get into thursday morning, gusty winds and may be a passing snow flurry thursday but certainly nothing bad. chil
the country this morning. severe storms are a threat in memphis, mobile and new orleans. there could even be an isolated tornado, as well. meanwhile, raining in chicago, st. louis and kansas city. wintry west of the rockies, with snow in the mountains. and rain from seattle to l.a. >> it's another day of spring-like temperatures along the east coast. much of florida will be in the 80s. warmer, too, in the midwest. fargo will be 37, instead of the usual 18. much cooler in l.a., with a high in the mid-50s. >>> when we come back this morning, why half the houses in america could be getting a huge break on their winter heating bills. good news. >> yes. >>> then, a new token of our affection. you get to vote as monopoly dumps a classic playing piece for something shiny and new. >>> and the biggest show in san diego today is in black and white. a baby panda meets his public. i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medi
is waiting. and the warriors are going up against a really good team. the memphis gridloc grizzlies. d memphis is up by nine. and reportedly, they're going to take five of rebellion that dollars to sell the team to a group of investors that will move it to seattle. that is the word today the sacramento kings could be out as nex next season. and this legend has retired they're going to make a movie of his life. ladoucer.. nobody in the history of college or football has ever had can hold a candle. we spoke with him, earlier. ladouceur.. asked why he would not there is a need to move on to college coaching. >> i love the age group that i work with and they're listening. there will move when you ask them to move and change things when you ask them to change. there is still tennyson's in them. >> you were never motivated by money? with a new experience? >> i would rather be happy and comfortable. and where i would be most effective light of the high school would be the most effective. >> what program due to do that was the greatest all- time. >> first of all we really do work all year and
watts to chicago from nobel peace prize to memphis, tennessee. unmoved along the angles and rnrners of aristocratic confusion. it was a time to be born forced forward a time to wander inside drums the good times with eyes like stars and soldiers without medals or weapons but honor, yes. and you told us: the storm is rising against the privileged minority of the earth, from which there is no shelter in isolation or armament and you told us: the storm will not abate until a just distribution of the fruits of the earth enables men (and women) everywhere to live in dignity and human decency. all summerlong it has rained and the water rises in our throats and all that we sing is rumored forgotten. whom shall we call when this song comes of age? and they came into the city carrying their fastings in their eyes and the young 9- year-old sudanese boy said, "i want something to eat at nite a place to sleep." and they came into the city hands salivating guns, and the young 9-year-old words snapped red with vowels: mama mama auntie auntie i dead i dead i deaddddd. in our city of lost alphabets
, a memphis newspaper published the names and zip codes, zip codes only of gun owners and two researchers then did a study, a follow-up on impact of what happened there. the results, they noted, crimes more likely to be affected by knowledge of gun ownership, such as burglaries, increased more significantly after the data base was published in zip codes with fewer gun permits. is that surprising? >> well, i mean, going back if it's public record the paper has a right to look at it. this isn't a public record issue. this is about responsibility. and at the end of the day reminiscent of the european newspapers published the cartoons of muhammad and then surprised when he there was a public outcry and that's the heart of it. >> jon: speaking of public outcry, des moines register published a column donald call, madder than hell i'm he not going to take it anymore for ending gun violence. he proposes repealing the second amendment and suggested, quote, tying our esteemed republican leaders to the back of a chevy pickup truck and drag them around the parking lot until they saw the light on gun
and the warriors have a rough schedule in the next two weeks playing the nba's best. tonight in memphis on steph curry bottle head night. the real steph, number 24. david lee is stripped and rudy gay is cherry picking with authority. he had 18. gasol must be spanish for, are you serious? gasol with a dozen -- 7 feet tall and he made that shot. warriors rally and jarrod jack and draws the contact and hits joe lake of the -- hits joe lake. warriors within two. it is two on one and conley finishes and grizzlies win it 94-87. they beat the warriors eight in a row. the warriors lost two straight right here. the sacramento kings may move to seattle in a $500 million deal. the -- they would sell to chris hanson 1k3* steve baumer to microsoft. they lost the sonics when they moved to oklahoma city. stanford hosting washington state and powell told the cougs, learn to live with rejection. i have. trailing 57-50 tour stanford use -- 54, stanford takes control. it is powell again. 16 points and 11 boards. he is bright and crafty and had a game high 21. it was 78-67. and berkeley, the best shooter was this g
classic movies. there might be some pride. >> this comes to us from memphis, tennessee where hundreds celebrated the birth of rocknroll royalty. public officials and fans flocked to tennessee to mark presley's birthday. they cut an enormous cake. one fit for the king. i'm richard lui and this is "early today" just your first stop. day today on your nbc station. >>> one documentary crew is finally putting a face to the name. these pictures of a live giant squid were released by the discovery channel and japanese broadcaster nhk. the stills come from stunning new deepwater footage capturing the first and only images of a giant squid still in its natural habitat. the same crew previously record a giant squid caught in a fishing line caught in 2006. >>> one new record in india is sure to wake the neighbors. more than 15,000 people came together in northeast india to set the record for the largest ensemble of coal drummers. participants drummed for 15 minutes. the new record will be recognized by the indian-asian guinness record books there. heard all around the world. >>> in sweden, an ic
november for the first time since november 7th. memphis is big, they are physical, and man did it show! mike conley and rudy gay. two straight losses now for the warriors. >>> looking for the first conference win of the year. hosting washington state. josh houston misses, powell cleans up the mess. >>> nobody was elected to the hall of fame! barry bonds didn't come close. just 36% said he belonged in the hall. >> bare bonds won three mvps when he was still skinny. that's good enough for me. >> the baseball hall of fame walked through there and count the cheaters, the guys who lied. >> and people's choice awards at kpix sports, i want to hear from the people! do you think bare bonds was a first-ballot hall of famer? tonight, 11:00, people's choice awards. >> everybody's going to have an opinion. ,,,,,,
posibilidad de tormentas y tornados en louisiana y memphis, ustedes en chicago con un fuerte porcentaje de posibilidad de lluvias y vientos en ráfagas, mientras tanto para mañana el noreste con lluvias ,pero el fin de semana la gran pregunta es que si estamos en invierno o primavera, porque en nueva york tenemos 60 grados, porciones de las carolinas en los 70 grados, mientras en el sureste tenemos precipitaciones, pero al mal tiempo buena cara, porque el sureste del país con temperaturas de primavera, san antonio con 68, miami con 81 grados, actividad de brisa, mientras tenemos en las vegas 56 y los Ángeles 58, tenemos las mínimas temperaturas y continuamos con más de primer impacto ♪. >>> se jha se ha preguntado alguna vez por qué parece que es más fácil para los hombres perder peso que para las mujeres, los científicos tienen varias respuestas, cecilia ramírez harris con la explicación y la aclaración de esas dudas. >>> así es, muchas gracias, ahora hay pruebas científicas, porque los investigadores han demostrado que hay una tendencia en las mujeres a engordar más que
to memphis but they also have to pay a guaranteed fee. agassi.. also would receive one- quarter million dollars just to show up. and he only played one match. with those guarantees, a little bit different in golf but a different story. and what ever you think, this guy is an amazing athlete terrell owens.. was on fox called stars in danger but he can dive... all of the problems that he has. unbelievable. we are back in a moment. >> everybody is going to be rooting for the 49ers we also found the other side. >> gary i want to ask you a question. i is one to let you know that the 49ers are going to lose. >> that was not a clear question, that was an opinion.
been done and i hear a lot about the memphis model and i leave today hoping that in bodies like this around the country they will be talking about the san francisco model in a year or two i think that i can add some value in that connection. and so i am looking forward to working with the folks, many of them that i have met today and i have five pages of notes and so the comments were heard well by me. and i want to thanks him, he is not only worked closely with him and he is my friend and when the chief asked that i take over this work, i jumped right in and working to bring me up to speed on everything and that i see myself as much a steward of his good work as i am bringing my own value to the operation. >> thank you for your service and looking forward for the hearing in the new year. supervisor olague? >> i just wanted to thank the commander for all of his work and at least the initial spaces of implementing this cit program, so i want to thank you for all of your work with that. thank you. >> and you know, so, i just want to also hope that we can get beyond the embryonic p
york. wet roads around little rock and memphis. snowy passes in the cascades. >>> if you're flying, airport ke lays expected in seattle, san francisco, and detroit. >>> this morning, one man is charged with aggravated assault after a wild shooting incident at a community college in houston. >> ambulances raced to the scene at lone star college. students ran for safety right after the lunchtime violence. it apparently started with two men getting into an argument that escalated into gunfire. >> i have never witnessed anything like this before. i've only heard about it. i heard the shots. i saw a guy in the bushes trying to get away. >> i glanced at them. there's a lot of kids out there. anybody out there could have been shot. >> the man, who has been charged, and two others have been hospitalized with gunshot wounds. chazzs resume this morning. >>> turning out up the heat in the gun debate. wayne lapierre, the group's executive vice president says there are only two reasons for a federal list of gun owners. to tax guns or to simply take them. he says the president must respect the r
rock, central louisiana into memphis and northern mississippi. those areas have the best chance of seeing the strongest storms with damaging wind and possibly a few tornadoes. these areas all have a chance of severe thunderstorm. alabama, all of georgia, all of the carolinas through virginia. that's where this nasty weather is going to be. we haven't had a tornado fatality in this country for almost 200 days. we don't need any. we'll have to be careful and on the lookout. >>> just ahead, after burt reynolds spent the weekend at a florida hospital, we'll have details next. plus, when actors honor other actors at the screen actors award. and did ashton kutcher's playing steve jobs make him sick? you're watching "first look" on msnbc. people are always asking me how we make these geico adverts. so we're taking you behind the scenes. this coffee cup, for example, is computer animated. it's not real. geico's customer satisfaction is quite real though. this computer-animated coffee tastes dreadful. geico. 15 minutes could save you 15 % or more on car insurance. someone get me a latte
, memphis rallied from a 17-point deficit and rudy gay finished with 26 points against philadelphia. the grizzlies defeated the 76ers, 103-100. >>> and president obama welcomed the nba champions the miami heat to the white house yesterday. the team gave the president a jersey with his name on it. superstar lebron james seemed awed at being there with the president. this is what he said. >> we're in the white house right now. this is like -- hey, mom, i made it. >> announcer: "early today" sports is brought to you by just for men mustache and beard. keep your edge. >>> just ahead, meet the san francisco 49ers' secret super bowl weapon. tina fey reveals her dream project post "30 rock". >>> and taye diggs is your worst nightmare, criminals. >>> welcome back. here's a look at the radar out of the northwest. definitely from seattle f you're traveling through the passes, it's just a flow of moisture and the angle and temperature. gets a little difficult. we are seeing snow at high elevations. getting nailed in the mountains, too, of northeastern oregon. as far as the forecast goes, most
. gasol bullies his way to the rim. the warriors come from 14 down to tie it on curry's shot. memphis is very big, very physical. grizz take it eight straight over your warriors. >>> washington state. 14-0 run by the cardinals. they win 78-67. >>> the full monty and his bears hosting washington. the huskies scored 16 straight, including wilcox. monty ripping his players on a time-out. washington to win 62-47. >>> for the first time since 1996, nobody was elected to the baseball hall of fame. can you say steroids? bonds didn't come close to be voted in. just 36% say bonds belongs in the hall, far short of the 75% required. >> barry bonds won three mvp's when he was still skinny. that's good enough for me. >> i chose not to vote for barry bonds. they do not want players from the steroid era in the hall of fame. >> the baseball hall of fame, walk through there and count the cheaters, the guys who lie, the racists. it's not the hall of character. >>> people's voice is that barry deserves it. everybody was on steroids. >>> time for the top five.
's a look at the weather outside of your wind. >> well, areas like memphis, tennessee, have been very cold. i think we're going to hit the peak of it, though. i think we'll warm things up in the middle of the weekend. a lot of people are enjoying it in the middle of the nation. it's been very cold. >>> well, sandy hook students prepare to go back to school. >>> penn state fights back with a major lawsuit against the ncaa. >>> plus, a member of the paparazzi killed after taking photos of justin bieber's white ferrari. you're watching "early today." >>> well, welcome back. some stories making news this morning. a lawsuit is being filed in federal court over sanctions filed against penn state. pennsylvania governor tom corbett is suing the ncaa because part of the $60 million fine would be used to finance child abuse prevention grants outside of the state of pennsylvania. >>> in alaska, no signs of a leak of that oil drilling ship that went aground near kodiak island. the rig is carrying 140,000 gallons of diesel and lube oil in hydraulic fluid. >>> in los angeles, police say a celebrity phot
. from little rock to memphis to jackson, i would take this into eastern texas. >> reporter: wouldn'ts -- winds could reach 80 miles an hour. karen travers, abc news, washington. >>> a woman goss to court to get an order of protection but is attacked instead. how it's changing security at this courthouse. >>> and nik wallenda attempts another high wire stunt. what happens when his safety arness comes off. we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. we dropped the itch, you can too. with maximum strength scalpicin®. it's not a shampoo so you can stop intense itch fast, wherever you are. i dropped the itch. free yourself from embarrassing scalp itch. drop the itch with maximum strength scalpicin®. also available scalpicin® 2 in 1, itch relief plus dandruff control. >>> chaos breaks out in a ohio courtroom. a woman seeking a protection order is knocked to the ground and punched. the victim suffered bums and bruises on her head
. louis, memphis seeing severe thunderstorms and tornado warnings across the area and the whole system will continue to move our way. as it does, our severe weather threat goes up. severe potential for us including virginia and west virginia maryland including the baltimore regions and 95. we will watch the scenario play out carefully. the biggest threat for us is damaging winds, up to 50 to 60 miles an hour. tomorrow temperatures back to around 70. wait until you see how low they go on thursday. >>> it feels like mother nature is flipping the switch on us, doesn't it? from 70s and sunshine today to the chance of flurries on friday. erica gonzalez follows our team coverage on the wacky, potentially dangerous weather. >>. >> reporter: it's a beautiful night here in dupont circle. a lot of folks are out enjoying the evening, going out for a stroll, bike ride org a jog. i just got off the phone with our meteorologist who you heard from a minute ago and in order to prepare for tomorrow this is what you need, from start to finish, a pair of shorts, an umbrella, an heavy coat to brace yourse
. cleveland, ohio, 56 degrees and we're even looking at 70s in memphis. >> so we are going to see the temperatures continue to warm up through the weekend and it actually lasts through the start of next week. >> i kp believe the weekend temperatures. awesome. >>> stocks rock as the s&p hits a five-year high. an update on those stranded whales. and house to of white collar jobs coming to the u.s. >>> plus, nbc's michelle kosinski live from italy where the "costa concordia" ran aground one year ago. you're watching "early today." >> announcer: "early today" is brought to you by thermacare heat wraps, no pills, no pain, just relief. \ s se g2 u pda te \e . >>> welcome back. here are some other stories making news this morning. in colorado james holmes will be tried in the aurora theater rampage that left 12 people dead and another 70 wounded. defense lawyers said they were not ready to enter a plea and are expected to use an insanity defense. >>> in canada, 11 killer whales that were locked by ice with only a small area of open water for them to surface and breathe are now freed. a c
georgia, mountains are going to get it good. and watch out there, north of memphis, nashville, too, depending on how warm your temperatures get now it's just beginning and you can see how widespread it is. the white is the snow. again, a lot of light snow. heading for chicago during the morning rush hour. could pick up an inch or two of fluffy snow. there's that ice and the pink shading is where we're getting freezing rain over kentucky. again, very light now but more intense throughout the day. how much snow? this is not a blockbuster event. in most cases, no shoveling or plowing will be needed. for the most part, one or two inches, the higher totals, some of the areas of west virginia, we may get enhancement from richmond to norfolk, to virginia beach. looks like mostly a miss for all of new england, from d.c., to the south, one or two inches later today. again, that's later today. for the daylight hours, chicago all way through the ohio valley. the forecast again, travel concerns, chicago, green bay, milwaukee, the wohl southern half of the country, along the gulf, you're lookin
the central part of the country. kansas city 68. 70 in memphis, 78 in houston. warm news is not only good news. this weather tug of war is a perfect breeding ground for more dangerous conditions. >> although there can be isolated tornadoes with this severe weather tomorrow, the main threat will be damaging winds and also some hail. >> reporter: reporting for abc news new york. >>> three months after superstorm sandy devastated parts of the northeast, the senate is close to voting on a $50 billion emergency relief bill. some are complaining it withed a to the nation's debt. others are optimistic they have the vets needed. if it passes, the president will shine it. the house passed the measure two weeks ago. president obama met with police chiefs affected by mass shootings in the past year. the president wants input on gun violence. obama's pushing congress to pass stricter gun control laws. >>> the ravens arrived in new orleans just over an hour ago. thousands showed up at the amphitheater for a huge pep rally. they will have media day. they'll refocus on practice for the super bowl. >>> we're
? >> jon: i don't think so sandwich choke maybe? mauled by lions on the porch of a memphis hotel? i don't know. >> jon: i don't think that was it >> you were talking about dr. king. >> he would agree with me if he were alive today. that if african-americans had been given the right to keep and bear arms from day one of the country's founding, perhaps slavery might not have been a chapter in our history. >> slavery wouldn't have been a chapter. it would have been oppressive. followed by the chapter entitled all the black people are dead. now who is going to build the country? >> jon: you believe martin luther king would have favored gun control >> absolutely yes jon: why would you say that? on second thought, no, he wouldn't snop okay. why would you say that? >> wait, wait. yeah, he would. i'm just [bleep] with you, jon. i have no idea. how am i supposed to know? dr. king is dead. okay. you don't get to use him as your imaginary black yes man. >> jon: i guess it's because martin luther king is held up as a symbol of an unasalable good so people try to make him... >> jon, i understand. th
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